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post #9071 of 28344
He lapped the contact point not the pump itself.

~Ceadder

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Haha no prob Ceadderman, thanks for the info. Thats weird, never heard of lapping a pump. . unless that's just an aesthetics thing.
 
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Originally Posted by Mike431635 View Post
I'm running an X3220 which is a Xeon version of the Q6600 at 3.4GHz, voltage is similar to yours. It runs @ 60C full load with AC MX-2 paste.
I just managed to tweek some settings.. i got 3.2 with 1.28v. with idle temps around 33-37 for all four cores :/.
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@zefs, I looked for a pic of it mounted on the floor of the 932(I know I've seen it) but couldn't find it. I should be within the last 5 pages in the 932/922 club. Sorry bro. I do know there are pics that kcuestag posted in the very last page though that show his in the Bay, as well as another member who has theirs secure there. You should mosey over and take a look.
Here's a quick mock up for the rad placement I am looking for:


Edited by zefs - 5/23/10 at 12:35pm
    
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post #9074 of 28344
If you've been waiting for the H50 to go back on sale, now is your chance:
http://tinyurl.com/corsairH50-BB




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Well, looks like we're gonna have another massive influx of new members this week. Best Buy has it on sale again for $59.
missed this post.
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hey there, so i have decided to re-seat my h50 and to also remove the Shin-Etsu to apply arctic silver 5
here are my results (since i dont feel like uploading any photos)
cpu: q9550 @ 3.39ghz 1.120v (at full load) 1.152v (at idle??? weird)
core temps
with arctic silver 5
idle
core1: 38 core2 : 38 core3: 39 core4: 39
load
core1: 47 core2 : 48 core3: 49 core4: 46

with Shin-Etsu
idle
core1: 40 core2 : 40 core3: 41 core4: 41
load
core1: 51 core2 : 49 core3: 50 core4: 52

the arctic silver needs 200 hours for it to heal and produce best results, and i just applied it. that's freaken awesome. i'll see the temps after 200 hours hehehe
very promising results
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hey there, so i have decided to re-seat my h50 and to also remove the Shin-Etsu to apply arctic silver 5
So you replaced one of the best TIMs one the market with a mediocre one?

The decrease in temps you saw was likely due to you using a more reasonable amount of TIM; the amount of Shin-Etsu that Corsair applies is far too much.
    
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hey there, so i have decided to re-seat my h50 and to also remove the Shin-Etsu to apply arctic silver 5
here are my results (since i dont feel like uploading any photos)
cpu: q9550 @ 3.39ghz 1.120v (at full load) 1.152v (at idle??? weird)
core temps
with arctic silver 5
idle
core1: 38 core2 : 38 core3: 39 core4: 39
load
core1: 47 core2 : 48 core3: 49 core4: 46

with Shin-Etsu
idle
core1: 40 core2 : 40 core3: 41 core4: 41
load
core1: 51 core2 : 49 core3: 50 core4: 52

the arctic silver needs 200 hours for it to heal and produce best results, and i just applied it. that's freaken awesome. i'll see the temps after 200 hours hehehe
very promising results
Hmm...I was originally going to leave the stock TIM that's on the H50 there for my first time setting this thing up, but this is giving me some pause. I have some MX-2 as well as some AS5 (I think), so what is the general opinion on whether or not to replace the stock TIM immediately, or to let it go, and see how the temps are? While the initial installation will be a bit involved, replacing the TIM won't be as difficult. I'm really excited about setting this thing up, and would love to get the best results first.
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Hmm...I was originally going to leave the stock TIM that's on the H50 there for my first time setting this thing up, but this is giving me some pause. I have some MX-2 as well as some AS5 (I think), so what is the general opinion on whether or not to replace the stock TIM immediately, or to let it go, and see how the temps are? While the initial installation will be a bit involved, replacing the TIM won't be as difficult. I'm really excited about setting this thing up, and would love to get the best results first.
Read the post above yours.
     
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Read the post above yours.
I did, and that along with the other post I quoted is what gave me pause. I also can apply a more reasonable amount of TIM, and have two pretty good ones to choose from. I have never used Sin-Etsu, but have read it is a great TIM. So if better application of a different TIM will yield better temps, that is what I'm going for. I'd actually like to hear from people who left it as it is, and what temps they are getting.
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